Last year saw renewables records broken across the board as renewables produced nearly 37% of the UK’s power, according to new data released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
New technologies, rather than nuclear, could offer a faster and cheap route to net zero.
Over the last decade, Great Britain has seen a faster rate of decarbonisation than anywhere else in the world thanks to its transition to renewable energy, according to a new report from Drax Electric Insights.
Centrica slumped to a £849 million loss in 2019, a performance it blamed on Ofgem’s energy price cap for creating a “challenging environment”.
Renewables are “on the brink” of becoming Britain’s main electricity source, according to research by EnAppSys.
Low carbon energy stalled in 2019 with just 1TWh of generation added, according to new analysis by Carbon Brief.
National Grid has announced that for the first time, zero carbon power generation outstripped fossil fuels in Britain in 2019.
Renewable generation hit a new record in Q3, producing 38.9% of the UK’s electricity.
Secretary of state for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Andrea Leadsom, spoke to the BEIS Committee on the 15 October, highlighting that the departments “number one priority” is meeting the UK's net zero goal.